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Tides

I always think I’ve broken, I always bounce back. Each time though, I lose parts of myself. Porcelain chipping away. There’s that quote from someone about alcoholism, “it happened slowly, then suddenly.” And one day I’ll be gone. 219 more words

Routines

Note to reader: I am using this space and place to post parts of a new slip-fiction novel series I am working on, Left Brain Right, the story of a young girl who hears voices. 346 more words

Writing

Training #74 - I wanna hold your hand

Monday morning, training with J. Not my be outing. Not my best performance. Not my best session ever.

Nausea is a terrible thing. Since I am rarely sick anymore – other than the sinus sweat that seems to happen when I exercise – every little “off” tends to be dissected and examined as a potential something. 2,185 more words

Exercise

What is spirituality? - Don't confuse it with religion

Not sure what spirituality is? Well firstly, it’s different to religion. Read on to find out about the types of spirituality that exist and the reasons why some people decide to live spiritual lives. 506 more words

Thoughts

Health and Wholeness: Getting Back to Nature

We all know we feel a sense of calm and serenity when we are in nature. Take a walk on a tree-lined trail, a leisurely walk along the beach and your whole system seems to calm down. 395 more words

Overall Health And Wholeness

Kindness Keepsakes

I had a couple of flights last week, and each time we made our final descent into a city, the Southwest Airlines flight attendant said, “Be kind to one another.”A simple phrase with a simple call to action. 400 more words

It's Not Selfish: Why Personal Stewardship is One of the Most Loving Things You Can Do For Others

As I explained in my previous blog (Back to Basics: What God is Teaching Me about Stewardship), I’ve lead a life piled high with responsibilities that I didn’t necessarily choose and God didn’t ordain. 1,914 more words

Loving Others